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Full text of "The History Of Western Education"

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INDEX

Gymnasium,   20,   56,   185,   195-96,

*50-5i, 336, 337
Gymnastics, 17, 19, 33, 68

Habit, 27, 3*, 385 344
Hadrian, 49, 80-81
Hailmann, W. N., 356-5?* 376
Hall, Stanley, 391-93, 394
Hamilton, Elizabeth, 361
Handicraft, 2.78, 311, 403
Hardening of children, 12, 226, 350,

379

Hartlib, 244, 269-71, 273
Hebrew, 19*2, 197, 217, 220, 252
Hecker, 284
Hegel, 349, 351
Hegius, 171-73, 195
Hellenism, 43~44, 56, 60, 83, 86
Helvetius, 288, 290-91, 293, 312
Henry IV (France), 254
Henry VIII, 173, 229, 230
Herbart, 333,  337, 34^-49, 382-88,

390
History, 189, 196, 220, 227, 258, 312,

399

History, National, 14, 52, 62
Holland, 170, 174-75, 197, 200
Home education, 189, 198, 243, 319,

322

Homer, 22, 87, 89, 340
Homeric education, 7, 19
Hospital schools, 156
House of the Book, 60
House of Joy, 165, 213
House of Teaching, 61
Humanism, 184, 193,^209, 229
Humanistic education,  Chapters VI,

VIII, 381, 385

Humboldt, F. W, von, 336, 337
Humphrey, Laurence, 232
Huxley, Thomas, 373

Idealism, 338, 349, 365-66

Ideal society, Education for, 317, 365

Idiots, Education of, 365

Ignatius, Loyola, 203-04

Imitation, 268

Individual Method, 218, 405-06

Individualism,   276,   313,  322,  272,

408
Individuality, 276, 297, 316, 335, 359,

365, 376 381

Induction, Method of, 27, 237, 248
Industrialism, 378, 380, 382
Industrial schools, 320
Inequality and education, 291, 364
Infancy, 250, 266, 299, 354
Infant school, 371, 388
Initiation ceremonies, i, 7-10, 13, 20
Instincts, Development, 364

Instruction, Educative, 344
Intellect, Exercises for, 235
Intelligence Tests, 408-09
Interest, 344-49

Interests as basis of curriculum,  346
Ireland, no, 118, 122, 125-26
Irnerius, 131-32
Isidore, 105, 116-17, 120, 132
Isocrates, 14, 25, 87, 89
Italy, 98, 113, 127, 129-30, 162-68,
211-16, 231, 247, 264

Jacotot, 363-64
James, Thomas, 375
Jansenism and education, 261
Janua (Comenius), 244, 252

Jarvis,J., 355358, 377

Jerome, 88-90, 102

Jesuit education, 205-06,  235, 255,

281, 302, 305, 313
Jewish education, 51-61
Judgment, Training of, 227, 250
Julian the Apostate, 86-87
Julien, E., 68
Justinian, 95
Jus ubique docendi, 149
Juvencus, 92

Kant, 287, 3I7-I9, 3" 339, 342, 34&
Keatinge, M. W., 244, 247-9, 279
Kenyon, 281
Kilpatrick, W, H., 404
Kindergarten, 352, 357, 359, 388
Kings and education, 120-24, 230
KiQaptff-rys, 18, 22
Knowledge and morality, 27, 29, 346
Knowledge and -wisdom, 58, 225-27
Knowledge, Encyclopedic, 67, 93, 219
Knox, John, 200, 202
Knox, Vicesimus, 374

Laboratory School, University, 393
La Chalotais, 303, 305-08, 311-12,

3H

Laissess faire in education, 368

Lancaster, 306-07, 370

Lancelot, 257, 260

Lanfranc, 131, 135

Language, 356

Language and things, 244,249,271-72

Language, Elements of, 327

Language, Teaching of, 244, 261, 275

Latin, 124,162,I74~75 *79 *&5 *9>
194, **4, 218, 220, 224, 230, 233,
239-40, 244, ^47, 251, 256, 261,
265, 271, 274, 280, 304, 381

Law, Study of, 116, 131, 172, 202,
232

Laws, Learning of national, $4., 59-60,
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